Author: Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti
Pages: 661 pagesVersion: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 21 September 2020
My father always taught me to take care of myself.
He made me strong, cunning and calculating.
But my Brutal Boys made me unbreakable.
Have you ever heard the saying that it takes one to know one? Because from the very first moment I met the men I’ve claimed as my tribe, I knew that I was looking into the faces of monsters. And that really should have been all it took for me to know that I was one too.
Hiding beneath my skin isn’t an innocent girl, waiting for someone to ride in on a white horse and rescue me from my demons. So I think it’s time I showed the world my claws.
I’m sick of people thinking they own me. My Night Keepers and now the members of this twisted club all need to learn a lesson in that.
I’m not a doll made to dance to their tune, I’m not a puppet intended to play a part and I’m certainly no plaything to be used and destroyed. I’m a warrior with a goal of my own. And everyone who wants to stand in my way had better get used to the idea of falling to ruin at my feet.
When everything you thought you could rely on is ripped away from you, you have no choice but to find out what you’re truly made of. And deep down in the depths of my soul, I know that I was made to survive.
I have suffered through torment, fought against my oppressors and tamed the creatures who tried to bury me in the dark.
It’s time that everyone stopped underestimating me.
I’m done being a queen without a crown.
I’m ready for my coronation.
This is a high school bully romance series. Start with book 1 Kings of Quarantine.
This book was provided by the authors in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti!
Kings of Anarchy is the third book in the Brutal Boys of Everlake Prep series and continues the story of Tatum and her four men, Blake, Kyan, Monroe and Saint.
Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti are the queens of writing dedications (and author’s notes). I was ready to start reading Kings of Anarchy and after reading the dedication, I wasn’t so sure that I wanted to continue reading. I was so scared, but I’m so happy that I read this book. Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti keep on surprising me with their character development and crazy plot twists!
Maybe my heart was a traitor that had fallen for its tormentor.
As I mentioned in my review of the second book in the series, Kings of Lockdown, I really enjoyed the men opening up about their feelings, the character development and their friendship/relationship situation. I’m glad that we got to see some more of this in the third book as well. I loved discovering more about Saint and the reason why he is the way he is. There were also a few moments that I hated Kyan but I still love him. I cannot not love Tatum’s men (and Tatum too, of course!).
There was a girl with blue eyes and the power to make my heart race unlike anyone I’d ever met, who I cared about a while hell of a lot.
I really loved reading Kings of Anarchy. Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti are just so amazing and every book they write is so good and addictive. It was hard to put this book down and be an adult. I love reading about Tatum and her men, and I’m going to be so sad after reading the fourth (and final) book in the series. I’m still kinda processing the end of Kings of Anarchy (crazy plot twist), but I’m already excited for the next book, Queen of Quarantine!